hive raised him U high fu'eat.!nin?BC
auu iu mc government pi u t .
post in the sea. Y
" I beg leave to repeal congratulations
on the services you harr cndered vour coun
try i and the hair-bren 'aeP you have
had, in setting so disS0l8Ded n extmP,e
to vonr MuntrvmmU!!mivii im cu-
terprize cannot fail mark character of
a great and rising rwn m a manner that will
ultimattfy be attef ed witl the bt"and most
important consercnces t0 your country.
If I ere tf ffer my humble opinion, it
would h- that u have done well in not pur
chasing a pee money " A few brave "
men have be'1 sacrificed, but they coiild not
have fallen'? a better cause. ' And I "even
conceive iroetterto risk more lives, than to;
submit if terms which might encourage
the Barbiry states to fresh demands and in
sults." . -'-'' '-t ;';.:-V'wF. ; -! ' - :
thus trnich from the letter of .the British
r .JUN fnnnVtahlv Qif A1..v4n1 nin
ommoaore r. on which; ray mcna oo-
terves I his encomium : has the more,
keieht, as it comes from a quarter too inde-
hindenftoiistf adulation, 'arid vert cana'Sie
a 1 . . - -
of iudemer oithe most brilliant actions."
. -. . . - . -
My Iriend then acrds- - . : .' "
M The Pope of Rome expresses himself
thus oil the 'subject- The Ar&etkan Com
hndtri Voith a small forct, and in a short space
afime, has dene more for thjt cause bf Christian
than the most pdtferftf notions of Christendom
ye ami for ages. . .-.
tr.ti furniture or the value thereof, (hall
be forfeited to the me of the United States.
fUBLJSBKD Mr DESIRt.
A gentleman of this town beinsc lately so
licited by his neighbour to be his security to
the Marshall, after reading the Bond, uttered
in a iauitenng tone of voice, " i am so sicRiy,
and so poory-so sickly, find so poorly, that I do
not think I can writer then taking up
pen, made an attempt to write bis name on a
piece.ot paper, and tore-it-up-JieotherJ
observed that he could write well enough
and pressed him to sign' the Bond ; to which
he replied M I am going to your wharf to look
at some lumber, but will be back again in the
afternoon ; in the mean time do try to get
some one else to sign it with you; I am so sick
ly and so poorly." The other still persisting
in his solicitations, declared it was only a mat
ter of form. " Oh! ho! matter of form, do
you say ?" exclaimed -the pretender! sick'
man, I bad to pay Six Hundred Dollars for
, matter of form not long since, and shall have
to pay Sis; Hundretr mote' in a short time,
'and lam id' sicXly-'ahd poorly;" and marched
oft. . ': "
February 5,. 1805.
' DU. Cts. I)ls. Cts.
Vrait of a letter from Hayti, dated De-
temper 19, I804.
I haye written you twice tince my arri
val in this ifland, and am. fo.rry , t.o Inform
yOu I have as yet done" nothing ; the
whole ifland. is crowded with American
vc(TjU I had fold my cargo aV25 per ct.
or. the invoice cofl, but unfortunately for
ne two veireis arriving, the. gentleman
fount) means to get off. Markets are fo
extremely dull there is no fale to be made,
n;l I don't know where tp go j there are
17 fail in-tPort-au Prince, and all' the
Imallportsin the Bite are full. 1 cannot for
my part fee how any rf us are to get clear
nf inir rafcrops. a vellils ' ari nnnrincr Sn
tUilv. and onli four'or five perfons in each
place a(e licenced to purchafr,' and ihey
have got frightened; thinking every velfel
of the continent is coming this way ; cof
fee on the other hand is lo fcarce, that I
am "confident theje is not fuflicient tolpad
whit is now here. I Hi alt te obliged to
put my cargoin the hands of fomoperfon
here and pay acommiflion, as I (cc no o
ther means of getting clear of it. '
P. S. We have now afloat in this har
bour at lead 3,000 barrels '.of provifion,
and agrcat quantity of: all kinds -of dry
goods ; cotFcc 25 fous, and on the rife.
Tt regulate the cUaranct rj
ARMED . MERCHANT VESSELS.
BE it enofle a by the Senate and Houfe
f Reprtfentat'ives of the United States $f
America in Cingrejs uffemhled, Tlut af.
ter. due notice of this ad, at the feverat
cuflom-hoiifei, 00 veirds owned in who'e
or in part, by any citizen or citizens uf
ths United States within thq fame, or the
territory thereof, and armed, or provi.
tied with tbe means of being-armed at fea,
(halt receive a clearance, or be permitud
to leave the port where fhe may be fo ar
med, or provided, without bond, with
two fuflicient fureties, being given by the
owner or owners, agent or agents, toge.
therewith the matter or commander, to.
the ufe of the United States, in a fum e
qual to doulle the value of the faid vcird,
her arm ammunition, tackle, apparel.
udiutnilw.e.c.QAdiuo'.Vd ftKlivelTcl "
u.u . 1 TT
-BACON per cwt.
Butter per lb. scarce, ( ' . ,
Cotton per lb.
Coffee, per lb. scarce'
Corn per bushel, ;. -
Flour per'barrel, new
Lumber per M. plenty,
W. o. hhd. staves,
R. o. do. do. (to.
W. 0. bl. do.; rough,
Shingles per 1000,
Molaases per gallon,
Pork per barel,
Hice per cwt.
Rum, V. I.'pr.-g. Sd p.
Jamaica do. 4th do.
N. E. do. plenty,
Tobacco per cwt.
Tar per barrel,
lb all not makeor commit any deprecation.
outrage, uulawful alTiult or violence, nor
make any other unlawful ufe f her arms
agtinS the vellcli,'cuiens,fubjVrti,or trr.
ritory of any nation in amity with the U.
S(4tci ; and tlktlthe (tuns, armi, U ammu
niiion of Inch vclTct fliall be returned
within the United States, or othcrwife
accounted for, and fhall not be fold or dif.
pfed of in, any potior place in he Wcll
lndicj.' 1 ' '
Stc. a. And be it further enjclcd, That
if any.armeJ merchant vetlel, fhall make
or commit any dcprcJation, outrage, un
lawful .alfau!r or violence, agaiult any
vcird or territory of a oattou in amity
with the UniteJ Slates, or agaiolt any
of ike citizens or fubjcJs of fuch nation,
or make any oilier unlawful ufe of the
arms onboard fuch vetlel t if fuch clepre.
oatton, outrage, uniawiui aiiuit or vto.
lence, fhall Ke made or committed In any
place under the jurifJiclinn of the United
tes, would be murder or fclooy, the
e (hail be murder or ttiony, as tne
rvayoei ana me principals aru ac.
ctifarics concerned therein, fhall be pun
llhcdai they woulJ rcfpcUircly be in o
ihcrc.fctot murder or felony, by tbe laws
of the U, Stales and if the offenci be of
leli degree, it (hall be a high raifJemesn
f punilhable bf fine, nt e seceding
three thoufand dollars, and imprifonmenr,
i.ot sccedini? three tears.
Sec. 3. Andl e it further enafleJ, That
if any armed vtflcl afortfaid. Aiall oroceed
to fea mi bout clearance, contrary 10
the i.vif..mt)f 4hii a, futh vtlfel with
her arrat, amraunitiun, tn.kl, apparti
PORT OF WILMING70N,
K.VTKRKD SINCK OUR LAST, . "
Ship Eu nice, -Marlhal!, Si", Thomas
Brig Two Nancys, Pepper, Jamaica
Sa'Iy, Chafe, Port bf Dighton
Sch'r Venus Goodwin, "St. Croix
Dolphin, Cox, Jamiica
Nymth, Oliver, Montct;o Hay
Two Brothers, Progell, Norfolk
Pattyt,Shcprardf St. Croix
Sloop Gorge, Choatt, Boflon, 32 days.
Brig Viclory, Lewi, Barbadoes
Lark, Gillpatrick, do.
Minerva, Har-Jing, Jamaica
Sch'r Cynthia, Alhury, NafTatt, N. P.
Regulator, M'llhenny, Charleflon
Nancy," Daggett, Boilon
Friendlhip, Pattcrfon, Barblocg
Sloop Polly, Darrill, Brmu.la
, JUST RECEIVED,
Direct from the Patentees, and or sate tt
GEEK AVF.lv Y,
Wilmington, JV. C.
A FKESH SUPPLY OF
Dr. Haw Ion's celebrated Bhter.
So eminently ufeful in relloring weak
and decayed conflitutlons, and alt lhat
tritn of complicated complaints, fo com
mon in the Fait and Spring fcafons.
. Alft ftr fale as abiVf,
Dr. Lee's Genuine Windham
THE Copartnerlhip of'Ro b e rt,D,o R
sey and .'Co. wasdilfolvcd on the'
loth of Mar laft, when Robert Dorfey,
purchafed the ftoclc in trade belonging to
the firm. .
Alt perfons whohave claims againlt the.
faid Copartnerlhip are defired tp prefent;
thera for payment tfo Robert Dorfey, who
is fully authorifed to fettle, the bufinefs ; :
and all perfons indebted thereto, arc re
quired.to make payment on or before
the tenth dav of March next. As a prev-
vious notice has been given to this effeft,
and no attention having been paid tnereto,
thofewho fail to comply in the prefeht;
inltance may rett allured, taat tnetr noies
and accounts will, without refpe& to per
fons, be put into the hands of an attorney
tor colledioxi. ' '-Jt
L. A. DORSE Y.
Wilmington, Feb. 5, 1805 3t. v .
Thompfon's Aromatic Tootli
tor curing the Scurvcy In the tecih and
gums, and for whitening and prefcrving
Tycc's and Rawlon's ftch Oint
ment. a certain cute fur that complaint.
Dr. RawfbriV Aiui Bilious
Pills, a Family Ph)(lc, for all Bilious
complaints, and bis celebrated Worm
Hi.ikley's Infallible Remedy
for the Piles.
Dr. Coolcy'i Vegetable Elexir,
or Cough Drops for ill complaints of the
Lungs. This Medicine Hand unrivalled
in efficacy price 75 cents a bottle,
ten, Dollars Kcwartl.
RUN away from the Subscriber on
TucfJay the 13th Nov. a negro man
well keown by the name of Scoli's JACK,
about 5 feet 6 inches high, 35 tears of age
the little finger of one ot his hands is
crooked He is fuppofcJ to be lurking a.
boat Wilmington The above reward
will be paid for delivering the faid Negro
to me in Simpfon County, or fecuring
him in jail, fo that I get him. Msflers
ot vclTels and others are hereby for warned
from harbourinr, employing or carrying
him away. DAN. WILLIAMS.
Sampfda County, January it.
S Hereby given, lhat the Subscriber
has qualified as aflminiftrator, with the
Will annexed, of TAMES REAL), late
of Bruufwick bounty, deceafed. All Per-
lons tlieretore, who! are indebted to laid
filiate are required to come forward and
make payment, and all perfons who have
demands againll it, to make them known
to the fublcnber within the time prelcri
bed by an act of tjie General Altemblyi '
palled in the year 17PQ, infttled " An act
concerning proving of wills and granting
letters of admimtration ; an to pre
vent frauds in the management inteftates '
cftates," ' othcrwife they wilt be barred
by the provifiona of faid act.
THOS. F4 PAVIS; Adm'r. ;
Wilmington, Feb 5.1805. 2 w. .
Is hereby given, '
THAT the fubferiber has qualified as
Admimftrator on theelfate of Peter
M angeon, lately - deceafed ; r all: per fons
tlicretoie wlio are indebted to faid effale
are requeued to come forward and make
payment ; and all perfons who have any
deman Is againll the cltate, to make them
kaown within the time prefcribed by an
act of Airemhly, entitleil ' An acYcon
cerning .proving of Wills and granting
Luttcrs of Adminifiration, and to prevent
frauds In the management of Inteftates Ef
tatcs," otherwife they will be barred a
grecableto the provifion of fiidact.
A. LAZARUS Adm'r.
WILL DE SOLD,
BY Wm. J.Grillet, Sheriffof Brunf
wick county, on Tuefday the, 12th of
February r.ext, by direction of ;the Ad.
tninillraror, all the pcrfonal eftate of Pe.
ter Mangeon, dec. confining of Merchan
dize, t o large boats, , one pair ot Oxen,
a Lumber Carriage, one Mulatto Boy,
fome Houfchold Furrjiture, Wearing Ap
parel, and a quantity of ion Timber ; at
the refidenceof the late Mangeon.
Terms of file fix months credit, the
ptircliafcrs giving bond and Iccurity.
T 9 the Parents and Guardians of young Ladies
in Wilmington and its Vicinity.
nr WO Ladies (the mother and daugh.
JL ter) lately ai rived from France,
now rcfi-Je in New. York, ar.d have many
young Ladies-as boarders, whom they in
ilriiJt in the arts of Embroidtrv. MuAt.
Hhd Tnral foythc Ertndr Languages
But hnditii; the climate of Ncw-York
too cold, they are dcfiroui of, removing
to Wilmmcton, provided they can be af
fared of fupport in' teaching the arts of
tr.ctr proieuion. iney ipeaK &otun,
which may be confidercd eflential in the
initruaton 01 tne ricnen language.
Parents and Guardians who art dc (Irons
of having ihcir daughters and wards in.
Articled by thole ladies, are foliciied to lg
nify the fame in writing to Mr. De Chan-
la, at Orton ami fhoulJ futTicicnt en.
engagement tiffer, they wilt come on' in
March next, iih recommendations front
the firft families in Ncw-York. .
Wilmington, Jan. 15, 1805
To be Rented or Leafed,
TMIAT valuable Plantation on the'
: 1 Noiih-Ealt, called CASTLK
I IIAYNES, containing upwards of 500
acres under fence. 1'or terms apply to
JOHN F. BURG WIN.
Wilmington, Jan. ai.
ft h-w -wholeale priccft
The following articles lately, imported and
low laiiumg nuiriicvcrai veijcls, Vl,
T UM, from Sr. Croix, Grenada, An.' ''
Mola3e5, from Antigua and Havannah,;
Sugar, .Mufcovado, fiom St. Croix, TriV
. . nidaJ and Demarara,
Ditto Havannah white, frojji ,N?flau?
Coffee, from Demarara and Havannal).
-iN STORF, -4 J';.- .,'""
rr1e rl riirtop ' 1
Barrels brown ditto, '
Kegs 8d, nails, - .. . . v.
Kegs brads and fprigij afiVrtcd, .
Kegs Spanifh brown, in oil, '
Boxes and bundles fteel, afl'orted, '
Boxes China tea fetts,
Boxes Spanifll fegars, ,. ' .V "
Cafes men's coarfe hats,
Trunks muflins, humhumi&c.
Coils cordage, fcyeral fies,,
vHand. mill ilones, good juaiiy, . J
Grind ftones various fi2e!(.Vr' !; . : ;
Tobacco, flour, pork, beef ic bees-wax.
Applyto ; '
JESSEE WINGATE, or
Wilmington,' J anuary 22, i 805. '
THE Suhfcriber inform his Friend?
and the Public in gentred, ihat he ha
taken the large and commodious Bticl Houfe
lately occupied tt Mrs. Meek,, the taft
fide of Front-Street, 0 few doon north of
the LOM't-rtiouJe tn WUmtgton, and Willi
entertain gentlemen, TravelUrs or private
nvrdert. As be bJt been for a confidera-
ble time fticctfs fully engaged in buintfs of
this kind in Fayeltevi!!e be' flatlets himfelf '
py Jt'ift, aiicnuvn ana a conjiam juppiy tj.
the btfi articles the place will aflji d, to be
able t vive fatisf action, tt Jhife win will
favour him viith their cujom-
,mm,.,, IV DICK.
Ten Dollars Reward.
AN . Away fiom the Subfcribcr on
the 7th inft. Nrf ro man named
Qp AStl ; he is about Twenty. fire years
old. five feet ten or eleven inches nigh.
The above rewara win oe given to any
oerfon who will deliver him to the SubfcrU
ber. Mailers of ft (Tell are forewarned
from employing er camin rum away.
r THOMAS ROBESON.
Wilmington, Jin. 21. if
IFilmington Dec. 24.. .".
ALL perfons who have given 6onds or
notes for pnrchafes made at the dif.
ferent fates of the eltate of the late John.
JJurgwin, deceaicd, and all others who
are indebted to faid edatc. are ; renuefted
to come forward and make payment to the
n .1 r 1 t
Hxecuiors wno win otnerwtie dc unacr
the neceffity of commencine fuits acainll
-them without diftinflion.
Wilmington, January 22, 1805.
ALL Perfons having demands againft
the Sublcriuer are requtfted to brine
them forward for fetttemenl ; and all
.thofe indebted to him are required 10
make payment on or before the firfl of
March next. Thofe who fait to comply
herewith will be indifcriminately fucd im
mediately after that piriod.,
. lir.NJAMIN tVAWJ.
W.itmington, Dsc. 24. tf.
HEREAS divers perfons have fo
fome time rait, been in the habit
ot driving and (hooting on the plantations
and prounds of Caflle Havnes and the
Hermitage, and thereby have injured the
fences and dcitroyea tne hock mis is to
forewarn any one from either .driving or
any way trespafling on the CatoT 'grounds,
as Ihould they be difcovered, they will bo
profecuted as the law directs.
r JOHN F. BURGUIN.
IN confequence of haying frroe rxpec
lation of moving to Louifuna next
S..rin?. I offer for fale. two thoufaiuf
Acrcs of Land,, lying in the County f
Bladen, and one thouland fix hundred and
forty in the County of N. Hanover, which
will be fold at private fale on or be fort
the acth day of Hecember, 1S0C.
New-Hanover, Dec. 24'
Ten Dollars Ileward,
RAN away from the fubferiber'a
Mills, near Luinberton, on the 31
December, 1S04 two negroes, Aigyll
and his wile BtOHiTT Argyll is a well
made fellow, about 5 feet 7 or 8 inches
high, 35yc'S olJ yellow complexion,
and very much pitted with the fmall.pox,
by which he lull one eye. Brunctta is a
very large wench, a little pitted with tha
fmall.pox, and yery black complcs ion ;
fhe is well known in the town of WiU
iningtonaod Fayettsvitte, being once the
property of Mr. S. Shaw, of tr near Wil
The above reward wilt be paiJ to any
perfun apprehending ihcm and lo.lgipg
them in any goal In North-Carolir,!, ft,
that I get them or One Hundred Dollars
on proof f their being harboured by my
white petfon. Mailers of ytflcliirecau;
lioned rot to take them away or employ
them, under the penally of the law.
; .. Wm. Normcnt,